Nurse Jackie (age mid to late 20s) is a nurse in residence at a psychiatric ward in a hospital. She is patient yet firm, and refuses to let her patients wallow in their misery. Calm, devoted to her work, and with a good sense of people. Actress must be comfortable working with teenagers.
Applicants are asked to film a one minute dramatic monologue and send it to Aria Schottelkotte at Macremae101@gmail.com.
The Cincinnati Fringe Festival runs May 31-June 15.
Note: At this time accepted entries to the festival have not been announced nor has the performance schedule been set.
Rewatch your favorites or catch the ones you wish you’d seen with Fringe Encores! Performances are Sunday, June 10th.
Single tickets are $15, or you can purchase an Encore Pass that gives you a ticket to each of the six shows for the price of only 5!
Buy Single Encore Tickets
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Congratulations are also due to the Audience Pick, THE BUREAU, and the Fringe Next Pick, ANNALISE, which were unavailable for Encore performances.
CINCINNATI, OH – Performers in the 15th Annual Cincy Fringe will be doing their take on other performers’ shows at the first (and possibly last) FRINGE REFLECTIONS at the Know Theater at midnight, June 6.
Each act has four minutes to honor, spoof, or mangle another performer or company’s show.
This secret event will be hosted by Peter Michael Marino and Robert Macke and is sure to both delight and offend.
CINCINNATI, OH – On June 2, fellow Cincy Fringe artists banded together to raise funds for Brooklyn performer Tom Montagliano whose pop-up venue was rendered unstable after a flash storm ripped through the parking lot adjacent to the Know Theatre on Jackson Street and punctured his 40ft. inflatable igloo. The artists’ hand-crafted, electronic equipment was also damaged due to the sudden blast of rain and wind. All of this occurring on the afternoon of his first scheduled performance at the Cincy Fringe. But, there’s a happy ending…the fundraising goal was met in two days, the igloo was repaired with the help of fellow artists and volunteers, and the show is going to resume performances on Wednesday June 6 at 9:00 p.m.
Organizers of the “Fringe Family Help: Tom Montagliano” shared the fundraising campaign on social media with Fringe festival organizers around the world, asking performers and producers to donate anywhere between $5-$15 to show Tom how the global Fringe family takes care of each other. $1,817.00 was raised from fellow Fringers, local artists, and audience members who heard about Tom’s story. These funds will help cover temporary repairs, lost ticket sales from the cancelled shows, and more permanent repairs after the Cincy Fringe run. Aaron Young, a fellow visiting artist from Colorado, sewed up the gaping hole while local volunteers aided in the process of organizing and drying out the electronic equipment, restoring the lighting and the igloo itself, and reinforcing the structure.
Tickets to Immersive Igloo can be purchased here: https://knowtheatre.vbotickets.com/event/Immersive_Igloo/27399
Tom Montagliano: As a musician with over 12 years of engineering experience, Tom Montagliano combines his experimental and whimsical writing style along with his passion for developing software to create ambient, psychedelic soundscapes for multiple speaker arrays. Utilizing his degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology, he has written his own software effects in order to control the movement of sound and provide people with a meticulously crafted auditory experience, while simultaneously affecting the senses and the soul.
LINK TO GOFUNDME: https://www.gofundme.com/fringe-family-help?member=254268